Edmonson Voice Staff
On Thursday, November 5, the Edmonson County Sheriff's Office was directed to 490 Hunts Church Road for the purpose of serving simple court documents. According to police reports, a deputy approached an open sliding glass door of the home where he said he saw drug paraphernalia in plain sight on a kitchen table.
Reports also said that the resident, Elizabeth Carnahan, 22, made an attempt to hide the paraphernalia, in sight of the deputy.
The sheriff's office reported that a search warrant was then issued for the rest of the property and more paraphernalia was found including marijuana, marijuana grinders, and pipes that police said contained marijuana residue. Carnahan was placed under arrest, then, according to the deputy, she resisted and fought back.
She was charged with Tampering with physical evidence, Possession of marijuana, Possession of drug paraphernalia, and Resisting arrest.
Carnahan was transported to the Hart County Jail where she is currently out on bond. She pleaded not guilty to all charges in Edmonson District Court on Tuesday.